Dan Holdsworth's mesmerising large-scale photographs explore the limits of perception and the possibilities of photography.
This exhibition focuses on the artist's interest in communicating the invisible realms of time and space, featuring work from the series At the Edge of Space (1999), and The Gregorian (2005) alongside the new commission Hyperborea (2006). These three series show the European Space agency's spaceport at Kourou in Guiana; the world's largest single-dish radio telescope nestled in a jungle landscape of collapsed cave systems in Puerto Rico; and stunning landscape images of the Aurora Borealis taken from both Iceland and above the Arctic circle in Norway.
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